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PIRATE ATHLETICS

Port Washington high school

PIRATE ATHLETICS

Port Washington high school

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Game Summary

1 week ago

Girls Varsity Swimming vs. Nicolet

Game Date
Sep 3, 2019
Score
PIRATES: 55
NICOLET: 136

Meet Highlights: Our first home meet this season went well with solid drops in times.  The girls had a great week of practice and the times are starting to show it.  Top scorers were Sophomore Kamryn Lapacek with 6 individual points followed by Junior Sarah Howell, Freshman Abbey Lotz, and Freshman Josie Tetzlaff with 4 points each.  Lapacek got 3rd in both the 100 and 200 free.  Howell earned the highest scoring spot with a 2nd place in the 500 Free.  It’s still early in the season and the girls are on the right track!  The Swimmer of the Meet was awarded to Freshman Maddi Kline for achieving three PR’s and for helping out the team by filling a relay spot right before her final event.

Individual Highlights: The girls opened the race with a 3rd place finish in the Varsity 200 Medley race, with Freshman Josie Tetzlaff, Sophomore Caroline Hadacek, Junior Sydney Hannert and Sophomore Kamryn Lapacek with a time of 2:19.49.  Junior Olivia Heinecke was the first to score individual points for JV in the 200 Free (4th place, 3:01.44).  In the Varsity 200 Free, Lapacek had a strong race coming in 3rd (2:18.53) followed by teammates Freshman Audyn Setzer (4th place, 2:28.31) and Sophomore Caroline Hadacek (5th place, 2:29.55).  Tetzlaff had a great race in the Varsity 200 IM shaving off a few seconds from last week (3rd place, 2:41.86) backed up by her teammates Freshman Abbey Lotz (5th place, 2:48.22) and Sophomore Leah Sheriff (6th place, 2:56.21).  For the JV 50 Free we had some great performances: Freshman Emma Huber (JV 1st place, 29.04), Junior Kelly Ball (JV 4th place, 32.83), Sophomore Maria Wichmann (34.65), Sophomore Emmalee Schmutzler (35.10), Junior Reese Crandall (36.11), Freshman Maddie Boyle (36.50), Senior Ellie Meyer (39.73), Freshman Amanda Nolasco (44.32), and Freshman Serena Baumann (44.84).  Howell finished 4th in the Varsity 50 Free (30.96) followed by teammates Freshman Eva Perez (31.10) and Sophomore Avery Philips (34.21).  For the first time in years, we have divers on the team and we are very thankful for their participation!  Freshman Stephanie Schlessinger and Emma Kasza-James made their diving debut testing out the dives and scoring very well for their first meet!  The 100 Fly is always a tough event and our girls fought hard to finish strong.  Lotz was our highest scorer in this event with 3rd place (1:11.74).  Next to the wall was Junior Erin Grisar (4th place, 1:18.92) and Hannert (5th place, 1:19.12).  The girls did well in the JV 100 Free: Freshman Maddi Klein (2nd place, 1:09.91), Philips (4th place, 1:14.46), Ball (1:14.86), Sophomore Nolari Hingiss (1:15.40), Wichmann (1:19.15), Crandall (1:21.88), Freshman Ashley Bensen (1:24.16), Junior Julia Burke (1:29.15).  Howell’s race in the 500 came down to the wire swimming next to her competitor for the whole race.  Howell fought hard ultimately coming up short by 1 second but it was a great effort!  Howell finished 2nd (6:51.64) followed by teammates Sheriff (3rd place, 7:06.45) and Grisar (4th place, 7:07.90).  The Varsity 200 Free Relay of Lapacek, Hadacek, Tetzlaff and Lotz got 3rd (1:57.04).  Sophomore Shannon McConahy did well in her JV 100 Back debut swimming a 1:26.40 (3rd place).  Sophomore Taylor Peiffer along with her teammates Tetzlaff and Hingiss helped get some points on the board in the Varsity 100 Back. Peiffer finished 4th (1:16.77), Tetzlaff 5th (1:18.91) and Hingiss 6th (1:26.98).  In the JV 100 Breast, the girls did well with Senior Allison Schmutzler finishing 2nd (1:28.93), Burke finishing 3rd (1:39.57), Heinecke (1:40.72), E. Schmutzler (1:44.39), and Ball (1:45.31).  Hannert had a solid performance in the Varsity 100 Breast (4th place 1:31.59) backed up by her teammates Hadacek (5th place 1:33.26) and Setzer (6th place (1:34.48).  Port had a strong finish to the meet with a 3rd place 400 Free Relay with Lotz, Sheriff, Grisar and anchored by Hannert (4:44.55).  We had a great meet against the formidable Nicolet.  Most of the girls are very new to this sport and it will take some time to close the gap.  We know they can do it and look forward to seeing their progress! Nice job, ladies!


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